Android root solution Magisk first offered support for Android Q in Beta v19 back in March. Compatibility with the latest version of Android — now known as 10, not Q — has now made its way to the stable release of the utility in version 20.
Aside from full Android 10 support, Magisk v20 includes a number of bug fixes and technical changes developers will need to keep an eye on. For example, Magisk's root directory overlay system has changed; custom kernels not updated accordingly will continue to function on devices running Android 9 Pie or lower, but will cause Android 10 devices to bootloop. Files in the /product system partition are also now able to be modified.
- XDA Developers